The Siblings

and Other Stories

by Gyuszi Sütő

Inspired by his Transylvanian heritage, Gyuszi Sütő's stories mix old-world charm, a love of family, and a fascination with technology and science.

Within these fast-paced, dialogue-driven stories, there and several life and relationship lessons, spanning two generations. Sütő's book promises to inspire as well as entertain.

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At a Glance

Title
The Siblings
Subtitle
and Other Stories
Author
Gyuszi Sütő

Publisher

6750 SW Franklin St, Ste. A
Portland, OR 97223-2542
Phone: (503) 968-6777
Fax: (503) 968-6779

Formats

Paperback

ISBN
978-1-62901-591-0
Price
$19.95
Page Count
82
Trim Size
8.5″ × 8.5″

Hardcover

ISBN
978-1-62901-592-7
Price
$25.95
Page Count
82
Trim Size
8.5″ × 8.5″

About the Book

Inspired by his Transylvanian heritage, Gyuszi Sütő's stories mix old-world charm, a love of family, and a fascination with technology and science. His young, wide-eyed protagonists are deeply curious - their sense of childish wonder beautifully evoked by the full-color drawings of Liza Danila.

In "The Story of an Apple", a boy's father explains the science of apple trees - and teaches him how to value the things he once took for granted. In "The Siblings", a brother and sister go on a day-long treasure hunt, an adventure with a heart-warming surprise ending.

Within these fast-paced, dialogue-driven stories, there and several life and relationship lessons, spanning two generations. Sütő's book promises to inspire as well as entertain.

About the Author

Gyuszi Sütő was born in Transylvania, Romania. He grew up helping his father on his bee farm. His formative years were influenced by the stories told by his parents and grandparents, who survived both world wars. He played in attics and barns filled with ancient artifacts, wood-working tools, and beekeeping accessories. He grew up without television, and loves to listen to - and tell - stories. He lives in Oregon, works in high tech, and is an avid outdoorsman. This is his first published book.

About the Illustrator

Liza Danila is a teenager living in Budapest, Hungary, where she attends the Academy of Art and Design. Her unique, intriguing style is inspired in equal parts by geometry and mathematical fractals. The level of abstraction and artistic maturity showcased in her work belies her young age. She held three exhibitions of her work in Budapest in 2016 and 2017. When she's not drawing, Liza is either playing the flute or practicing with her dance team.

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